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Register now for the 2019 Symposium on Teaching and Learning

We are excited to invite the campus community to Lehigh University’s Symposium on Teaching and Learning. The event will be held over two days, April 10-11, and will highlight over 50 different presentations from a variety of disciplines.

Learn more and see the full schedule at https://citl.lehigh.edu/symposium2019.

In addition to a wide variety of talks by Lehigh faculty, this year's Symposium will feature:

  • A screening of the documentary film, Can We Talk? Difficult Conversations with Underrepresented People of Color: Sense of Belonging and Obstacles to STEM Fields, and a conversation with the filmmaker Dr. Kendall Moore, award-winning documentary filmmaker and professor in the departments of Journalism and Film Media, University of Rhode Island
  • A talk and discussion on Global Learning by Dr. Jill E. Blondin, Interim Executive Director of the Global Education Office at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)
  • Presentations by CITL Faculty Fellows, Creative Inquiry Faculty Fellows, recipients of the CBE Instructional Innovation Grants, and Center for Community Engagement faculty, student, and community partners
  • An Open House for Faculty and Staff at the Lehigh University Art Galleries, featuring a reception, drop-in workshops, and a preview of the 2019-20 exhibitions

We hope you will join us for one, some, or all of the sessions.

Register online now! (opens new window)

Save the date: 2018 Symposium on Teaching and Learning at Lehigh

The purpose of this annual event is to highlight new, interesting, and effective approaches to teaching and learning at Lehigh. Each year, faculty, staff, student, and community presenters from across disciplines and contexts share good ideas and inspire others. Come share an idea, learn from colleagues, and join us as we celebrate the work of those who have met with success of one kind or another in their teaching and learning.

The Symposium will once again be held over two days: Wednesday, April 11th and Thursday, April 12th and will be presented in partnership with the Center for Community Engagement.

Please mark your calendars and attend as you are able.

All are welcome to submit a proposal to present at the Symposium.

We will consider all proposals but we especially encourage proposals that fall under the following themes:

  • Active Learning
  • Community-engaged Learning and Research
  • Course-related Digital Scholarship Projects
  • Creative Inquiry
  • Entrepreneurial-minded Learning
  • Inclusive Teaching
  • Innovative Uses of Classroom Spaces
  • Online / Hybrid / Blended / Flipped Courses
  • Peer Learning / Collaborative Learning
  • Project- or Problem-Based Learning

Please submit your proposal by March 25th, 2018.

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